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in on the gingrich bus. i asked were they elated, were they exciting, doing touchdown dances? the answer is no, they were very humbled by the results down here in south carolina. and anderson, i think what happened here is that conservatives in this state, republicans in the state said they couldn't care less about newt gingrich's personal life. what they did care about was a candidate taking it to the establishment, taking it to the republican establishment, not only around the country but here in social. it was the governor of this state who was on the mitt romney team, not on the newt gingrich team. he was going after the media, which we talked about again and again, and conservatives like that, as well. but it was interesting to listen to newt gingrich's victory speech here tonight, because it wasn't so much about his rival. we heard him go on and on about mitt romney on the campaign trail. this one was about president obama and what he considers to be a food stamp president, something that he's said time and again. here's just a little bit of what he had to say with respect to that line o
the newt gingrich pack and a lot more. now he's on attack. romney tried to land the latest attack on gingrich for his association with freddie mac. romney hammered him with his pay in the debate. >> you said you were paid $1.6 million as a historian. they weren't hiring you as a historian, and this contract proves you weren't a hiss tore yal. it doesn't say you provided historical experience, you were hired as a consultant. you were making over a million dollars at the same time people in florida were being hurt by millions of dollars. >> this is a good example. as a businessman, you know that the gross revenue wasn't your personal income. we had three offices, the company was being paid. my share annually was about $35,000 a year, and the fact is i offered strategic advice largely based on history, including my history in washington. >> just one of the many exchanges we'll bring in tonight. let's bring in pulitzer prize-winning columnist for the "washington post," and also richard wolf. richard, did romney lay any hands on gingrich tonight? i think that was ms. mission, to try to
gwen: it's getting nasty out there. mitt romney versus newt gingrich. president obama versus a still sputtering economy. we'll tell you what one has to do with the other, tonight on washington war -- "washington week." and it's on. >> i'm not anti-immigrant. my father was born in mexico. my wife's father was born in wales. they came to this country. >> maybe governor romney should tell us how much money he's made off of how many households that have been closed by his investments. gwen: republican frontrunners jock acquit for first place as the runnest up struggle for attention. >> folks, a billion dollars in the mainstream media will make this a very, very election. >> i don't think we should go to the moon. i think maybe we should send some politicians up there. gwen: florida is pivotal, again. meanwhile, the man they want to beat wraps himself inspect trappings of the presidency -- whether traveling the country -- >> hello, nevada. gwen: or delivering a pointed state of the union address. >> the state of our union is getting stronger. gwen: but is the economy rebounding qu
gingrich win in south carolina shakes up this race. this is "special report." ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> bret: good evening. i'm bret baier. electoral tide a week ago that seemed to be carrying mitt romney to the presidential nomination shifted to newt gingrich as the candidates turn their attention from south carolina to florida. the next primary battleground. chief political correspondent carl cameron begins our coverage in panel the. >> reporter: buoyed by the south carolina victory over mitt romney, newt gingrich rallied a sparse crowd in tampa and urged conservatives to unite around the candidacy and reject tort of romney attacks. >> we moved from romney is pious to romney is -- [ inaudible ] >> reporter: since the south carolina win, russell poll on sunday shows gingrich leading romney 41 to to 32. rick santorum 11. ron paul 8%. when asked who will win the nomination romney blows away gingrich 52 to 35%. real clear politics average of polls shows it closer between gingrich and romney but most surveys were taken before the speaker south carolina triumph. after weeks of defensive hedging, romney will r
on the race for the white house. >> newt gingrich seizes the lead as the campaign heads for florida. >> newt gingrich is south carolina's choice. it's a major blow to mitt romney's campaign. >> this is a hard fight because there's so much worth fighting for. >> four republicans went into this southern brawl. who will be left standing as the contest moves to florida? the votes are in. south carolina has spoken. and the biggest battleground yet is still ahead. rick santorum at 17%. ron paul at 13%. all the candidates say they are moving forward to florida. we have reporters stationed throughout south carolina as we have for the last several weeks. let's start off with gingrich headquarters. there are still a lot of folks there, romney headquarters looks like a ghostown. does the candidate move to florida tomorrow? >> reporter: you know, we're still waiting to hear about his travel plans. it's been on interesting day watching the gingrich campaign. this is a candidate who tends to shoot from the hip. i did catch up with somebody a few moments ago and they were watching the returns come in on th
news" is next. tonight nbc news can project newt gingrich has won the south carolina primary, a dramatic reversal of fortune in the race for the republican nomination. >>> winter blast. after a mild start to the season, tonight there's snow and ice from coast to coast. and another twist from mother nature on the way. >>> and the captain's story. he's been called the most hated man in italy. now, what he says really happened when disaster struck at sea. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> >>> good evening to our viewers in the west. we begin with a stunning result tonight in south carolina. just a short time ago, the polls in that state's presidential primary closed, and nbc news can project that newt gingrich is the winner. nbc news projects that mitt romney will finish in second place. it's unclear yet whether rick santorum or ron paul will finish third. gingrich's win caps off a spectacular reversal of fortune after mitt romney finishes in iowa and new hampshire. three different winners of the first three republican contests, when just a few days ago, it looke
to get back on the right track. [applause] >> this week, newt gingrich not to out of the park in south carolina and the debates were a major factor. >> i am appalled that you would begin a presidential debate on a topic like that. >> isn't this where mitt romney was supposed to be coasting to victory? >> we still have a long way to go and a lot of work to do. >> why can't he figure out how to get his tax story straight? >> it is closer to the 15% raise. >> by was slips away. >> guess what, we defeated mitt romney in iowa. >> present obama rejects the keystone oil pipeline projects. hello campaign issue. >> the president's decision to veto the keystone pipeline - [boos] you have to wonder how out of touch with reality this administration is. ♪ ♪ >> hi there, we will try to stay in touch with reality. we have more in the south carolina primary. newt gingrich arises from the dead once again. he kicked the guy was supposed to be the front runner all over the palmetto state and begins running against barack obama. >> i believe the debate we will have with president obama over the next
he is saying things that are false. >> saying that gingrich is a lobbyist, is a matter of fact. >> indeed, it is getting hot in here. >>> we begin as the republicans backyard brawl moves south just hours from tonight's nbc debate in tampa with the surging swinger, newt gingrich on the collision course with mitt romney. gingrich lashed out hitting mitt with his favorite lunch meat attack. >> it's such bologna. >> that after mitt made it clear his gloves are off going after gingrich this morning as the cay street candidate. >> if you're working for a company, getting paid for a company through one of your many entities and speaking with congressmen in way that would help that company, that's lobbying. >> absolutely, mr. romney. not to be stopped there, romney hit harder against gingrich's infamous instability. >> question see an october surprise today from newt gingrich. look at the speaker's record over time. it's been highly erratic. he's gone from pillar to post almost like a pinball machine. >> one begins to wonder if there's signs of instability within the faltering romney c
" from new york, breaking news, this is the contract that mitt romney's all uptight about. newt gingrich just released it, we'll go through it. the freddie mac deal. kind of a sweet deal. sheldon sheldon adelson cut a check. mitt romney is sinking in the polls, not only florida but nationally. guess what the republican party is doing? i think they are drinking tonight. this is "the ed show," let's get to work. >> he was a failed leader. he had to resign in disgrace. >> we moved from romney's baloney to desperate baloney. he will open up a delli. >>> the fight for florida is exploding on the campaign trial. newt gingrich is now in front. >> i did not think i had lived a good enough life to be rewarded by newt gingrich being the republican nominee. >> tonight, massachusetts congressman barney frank and "hardball'"''s" chris matthews l bedate. >> we do our laundry, we will be on the road for 30 days, who else will do the laundry? >> we're hanging mitt's gla glamorous life out to dry with martin bashir, joan walsh. >> if that is what the president will talk about tuesday night it's pathetic.
is the the growing anti-religious bigotry. >> and newt gingrich hot on trashing of the media, now going after anti-religious people. will that help his campaign? bernie goldberg has some thoughts. if you believe that line, that the newt gingrich is the outsider, that will shake things up in washington and then i guess you'll believe that bill clinton didn't inhale. and mitt romney trying to get tougher because his campaign is sinking. and we'll tell if the governor can matcho up. >> we're not choosing a talk show host, we're talking somebody who will lead the free world. >> ♪ and the rocket's red glare ♪ >> what song is steven tyler singing? walk this way, steven right off the field. >> bill: caution, you're about to enter the no spin zone. "the factor" begins right now. hi, i'm bill o'reilly, thank you for watching us tonight. can newt gingrich continue his rise? that's the subject of this evening's talking points memo. and congratulations newt gingrich for the victory on saturday in south carolina, and we suggest send candy and flowers to abc news and cnn. those agencies tried to use the fo
carolina primary. let's run through the news. rick perry dropped out and endorsed newt gingrich. a recount in iowa showed rick santorum got more votes than mitt romney. newt's second ex-wife told abc news he asked for an open marriage long after he had begun his affair with calista. newt unleashed an ad calling mitt desperate and dishonest, and newt has passed mitt in several polls in south carolina. we'll put it all together at the top of the show. plus, has mitt's air of inevitablity gotten thin? rick perry supporters are likely to go to newt. his shares at bain capital pay hurt him. and mitt can't get out of his own way when it comes to talking about taxes and his own wealth. if mitt didn't win iowa and doesn't win south carolina, he will not be 3-0, but 1-2. also a new poll shows how much trouble president obama may have with independent voters who aren't sold on the republicans either. that may explain why the president is up with his first ad of the campaign. and we mentioned that newt gingrich's second ex-wife said he wanted an open marriage. the ex-wife of mark sanford joins us ton
. newt gingrich. or banking a lot of video foota footage. john heileman, we are fwguessin by what margin the mitt romney need to end this thing and put it away? those are two different questions, alex and first of all, i want to make sure that i'm to record predicting what the outcome will be. i believe the margin will be 2.7394. >> i think that is pi squared by pi. i'm kidding but i like the decimal points. please continue. >> i offer that. i think that there are two different questions one is what the media narrative is coming out of florida. and what is coming outside of newt gingrich's head, if romney wins in double digits i think a lot of people in the press will call it a huge victory, i don't think that they will say that he has wrapped the nomination up, he will not have done that, and the fact that the media has a rooting interest in keeping the race going, there's people that want to see the race go on. they will be abetted by point number two hwhich is to say, i don't think that there's anything that will stop gingrich from fighting another month or at least into march. he is
romney goes on the attack against newt gingrich. tonight our nbc news debate coming at another critical moment in the gop race. >>> sudden impact. entire neighborhoods destroyed in an instant as deadly and dangerous storms rip through the south in the month of january. >>> her mission, following the surise announcement she'll resign from congress, gabby giffords finishes the event she had started on that awful day in tucson. >>> the amazing rescue captured on camera. a family, a plane crash at sea and the good samaritans that risked their own lives to save them. "nightly news" begins now. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> good evening from tampa. we are down here on stage now at the university of south florida. tonight's debate, as we said, comes at another crucial time in this ongoing gop primary fight. the florida primary now eight days away, and newt gingrich comes in here tonight with momentum coming off his win in south carolina. mitt romney is now on the defensive coming off his loss in south carolina. and he went after gingrich today by name, calling him erratic a
appalled you would begin a presidential debate with a topic like that. newt gingrich -- >> his second wife weighs in. >> he wanted an open manage. >> that i accept the fact he has somebody else. >> a rough week for mitt romney. the issue, taxes. >> i have been paying probably closer to the 15% rate. >> to root assault on the wound, iowa bank slips away. >> we defeated mitt romney in my or. >> president obama rejects the keystone pipeline project. >> no other way to put it. the president is selling out american jobs for politics. captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> ok, first, housekeeping. full disclosure for our pbs audiences. we are putting this together friday, we have to get it out to our pbs stations that day but the primary is saturday. so if you are watching this program on sunday and it appears data -- dated, it is. but we soldier on. the field of candidates for the republican presidential nomination is narrowed to four. jon huntsman, rick perry got the message this week. huntsman endorses and romney, perry endorses gingrich. thursday night the remai
not interested in what they had to offer. huntsman endorses and romney, perry endorses gingrich. thursday night the remaining candidates took the stage in charleston. here is a sample. >> i am steady, i am solid, i am not going to go out and do things you are going to worry about. >> i am tired of the elite media at protecting barack obama. >> and on the question whether mitt romney would release several years of tax returns. >> maybe. i will take a look at what our documents are. >> despite the fact it now looks like mitt romney did not win the iowa caucus after all, that gingrich was coming out strong in south carolina this week, his angry ex-wife's comments notwithstanding, the self-inflicted wounds mitt romney's campaign. -- appeared to suffer because of taxes, do you think romney is still the likely nominee? >> i must say i can't believe you are starting this show with such a malicious, destructive, despicable question. i refuse to wallow in the elite media -- what was your question again? [laughter] yes, but his chances are vastly diminished. >> ok. can anything stop mitt romney? >> yes,
his political weight behind newt gingrich. >>> let's get inside how this would impact the race. mark halperin, editor at large for "time," and wayne slater, for "the dallas morning news." we do have a lot of moving parts, will you let's start with the breaking news. mark, why are we seeing it happen now, what does it ultimately mean as we ramp up to another debate? >> he did poorly in iowa, came straight here, has been showing up in polls well below 10%. he had are a choice to see things through through saturday, do very poorly, or try to control his departure more effectively. we saw jon huntsman do the same thing. sources of suggesting he's going to endorse newt gingrich. he got in in part by the notion of stopping mitt romney from being the republican nominee. he has a chance to help newt gingrich do what he could not do himself. >>> moments like this really hurt him. these are some of the gaffes. take a look. >> commerce, education, and what's the third one there? let's see. >> you can't name the third one? >> education, commerce and -- let's see. i can't. the third one i can't.
is in danger of being defeated by newt gingrich, a man with more political lives than wives. the numbers on this race right now are nothing short ofs a sounding. in a clemson university poll released less than 24 hours before the vote, gingrich with a six-point lead, 32% to romney 22%. last night updating the south carolina projection now gives gingrich an 82% chance of winning the state by more than seven points. there's even one brand new poll, not one of our favorites, t. did we mention that romney and his iowa victory snatched away from him this week? the win to santorum with a recount. ouch. joining us from columbia, south carolina, i believe you just saw him, curtis loftus is the south carolina state treasurer and the state chairman for the romney campaign. sir, good afternoon. it's a delight to have you with us. >> thank you for having me back, martin. >> before we start, mr. loftus, i just want to play for our viewers a little clip of you on this network monday talking about the upcoming vote. here it is. >> every day we get closer to the election is a good day for mitt romney. e
newt gingrich and mitt romney. today one event that could make this day even more unique. saturday morning cartoons, that super pac is out with a new ad and ask a man behind the commercial whether it's doing more harm than good to the gop. >>> from southern exposure we have a live report on how bad it might get. good morning. welcome. it's 9:00 a.m. on the's a east t and 6:00 a.m. out west. the four remaining candidates are crisscrossing south carolina as voters head to the polls today for the first primary in the south. today's vote caps off a wild week where two major candidates dropped out of the race. a salacious interview with newt gingrich's ex-wife was aired and potentially game changing debate took place after which newt gingrich rose in the polls and romney fell. nbc's peter alexander is in columbia, south carolina. >> reporter: there has been a dynamic shift within the last week. okay? we began the week on monday with nbc polls showing mitt romney led the race in south carolina by roughly 15 percentage points. today we are getting our first look at a clemson university pa
no polls show him leading over gingrich, but newt strikes back. >> the message we should give mitt romney is you know, we aren't that stupid and you aren't that clever. >> at least he got half right. >> the senate speaks out on the two year anniversary of citizen's united, what it's meant for this election and future ones. chris christy threaten to say veto same-sex marriage in new jersey. >> let's let the people decide. >> as other states move toward legalization. >> bang, boom, straight to the moon. >> we will have the first permanent base on the moon and it will be americans. >> how long until we can send him there? >> "countdown" contributor on newt's lunar fantasy. all this and more on "countdown." >> good evening this is thursday january 26, 286 days until the 2012 presidential election. i'm sitting in tonight for keith olbermann. mitt romney getting help from one time gop leaders as he looks to crush newt gingrich while president obama's shot at reelection gets a boost from the economy. panic over the fact that newt might actually win and economic numbers that could mean good news
hours. >>> top story of the bottom of the hour, mitt romney and newt gingrich staging populist attacks on each other ahead of the primary. ron paul is not actively stumping in the state but he is very much in the race. chief washington correspondent james rosen looks at the paul campaign. >> my theory is people vote from their bellies. >> reporter: in the 2012 cycle, 76-year-old libertarian and 12-term congressman found a hunger among wide swaths of the g.o.p. electorate for his quirky populist style and limited government message. >> we should have the lowest tax we've had. up until 1913 it was 0%. what is so bad about that? >> to be sure, ron paul has drawn scorn from the fellow candidates at the abc news debate in cancer. >> dr. paul has a long hisserly of saying things inaccurate and false. >> you are asking could it constitutionally by done? ask the constitutionalist here. >> from the party faithful. maybe we should consider a golden rule in foreign policy. don't do to other nations what we don't want to happen to us. >> yet, with the young and singularly fervent supports and the
speaker newt gingrich, south carolina, could turn this race upside-down, once again. >> megyn: we have complete coverage of tonight's primary with our panel, here in new york. in washington, chris wallace, karl rove and joe trippi, bill hemmer will break down the results throughout the state and the fox news decision team crunching the numbers will make the call when we have a winner. >> bret: we start with martha mccallum monitoring our exit polls. >> good evening, you guys. we knew newt gingrich would make a strong run at mitt romney and that is what we are seeing in the polls. polls in south carolina, still open, but we can start to tell folks exactly how people are responding on their way out of the polls, we have seen a huge upheaval in the race in recent days, boy the mud-slinging, ex-wife tories astories and tax and the question is what do viewers think? how did it factor in? just over half say they decided the vote in the last few days, nearly half decided before that and gingrich seems to be doing well this evening among late decide,and romney is doing better with those who ma
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